Hole left in wing after two planes collide at airport in Japan

Two planes have made contact at an airport in Japan, leaving one with damage to its wing.
A Korean Air Lines plane clipped a Cathay Pacific Airways aircraft at New Chitose Airport on Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido on Tuesday, a Korean Air official said.

The contact happened around 5.30pm local time, while the Korean Air plane was preparing for take-off, the airline official said.
No injuries were reported, Japanese broadcaster NTV said.
An airport spokesperson was not immediately available for comment.

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